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the bay area. 59 degrees right now in san jose. 61 in the napa valley and 56 degrees in san francisco. there are changes coming though. high pressure off the coastline but only giving's brief break. look at this. we have yet another storm that's approaching the bay area. so enjoy the break today. looks like tomorrow we get back into it again. some rain developing maybe as early as the latter part of the afternoon in parts of the north bay. most of it comes through tuesday night into wednesday morning. this storm system doesn't look as windy and wet. maybe one to two inches of rain instead every five to eight inches from the last couple of storms. thursday things dry out and that means better weather ahead but we still have that storm to deal with. today 65 degrees in san jose. 46 degrees in redwood city. east bay -- 64 degrees in redwood city. east bay temperatures in the 60s, as well. you will see 60s inside the bay. the next couple of days we'll watch the storm clouds return, again not as strong, don't expect to see any flooding but again more rain on the way. then we'll dry out as
spent many years homeless and nearly four decades as a migrant worker in the napa valley vineyard. >> sometimes sleeping in the car. >> reporter: or in the fields. >> it's very have hard. >> reporter: but at the river ranch farm worker housing center in st. helena he and 60 other laborers get bedrooms, three meals a day and hot showers. >> he rest much better. he doesn't really worry about his safety. >> reporter: the workers give thanks for father john brenkle a champion of farm worker housing for nearly 30 years. >> this valley is so darn prosperous. it was a scandal having them sleeping in cars. >> reporter: when he first came to saint helena catholic church in 1983 he immediately noticed the plight of the farm worker. at night he would see up to 40 of them crowded onto the church porch to sleep. >> when i went to bed in my warm bed, i felt very uncomfortable. >> reporter: at first, father brenkle offered showers and meals at his church and set up a tent city in yountville. and he organized groups to create long-term housing. in 2002 they passed measure l allowing landowners to
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